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What does DSO stand for?

DSO stands for Digital Storage Oscilloscope

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A Multiple Instrument Station with 8 high specification test and measurement instruments in one compact module (Frequency Counter, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Digital Floating Multimeter, Auxiliary PSU, and Universal I/O).
Product name: GDS-3000 Digital Storage Oscilloscope Properties: 500/350/250/150MHz bandwidth and 2/4 input channel; 5GSa/s real-time sampling rate and 100GSa/s equivalent of time sampling rate; 25k points memory for each input channel; visual persistence oscilloscope technology to display less-frequently-occurring signals; 8-inch 800 x 600 high resolution TFT LCD displays; unique split screen system with independent setting and display for each input channel; 50-ohm/75-ohm/1M- ohm built-in input impedance selections; optional power analysis software for power source measurement and analysis; optional serial bus analysis software for trigger and decode of 12C, SPI and UART interface.
TEST INSTRUMENTS With analog-style knobs and controls, the Model 2534 60 MHz dual-channel digital storage oscilloscope offers a 400 MSa/s sample rate; 4.
a leading worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, announced that the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Lee College of Engineering has purchased 40 TDS2002 Digital Storage Oscilloscopes and 40 AFG310 Arbitrary Function Generators.
Product Segments II-13 Types of Oscilloscopes II-13 Analog Storage Oscilloscopes II-13 Digital Oscilloscopes II-13 Types of Digital Oscilloscopes II-14 Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (DSOs) II-14 Functioning of a DSO II-14 Features of DSOs II-14 Benefits of Digital Storage Oscilloscope II-15 Digital Phosphor Oscilloscopes II-15 Digital Sampling Oscilloscopes II-16 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes II-16 PC-Based Oscilloscopes (PCO) II-16 Benefits of PC-Based Oscilloscopes II-16 Drawbacks of PC-Based Oscilloscopes II-16 5.
a leading worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, announced that the TDS6000C family of digital storage oscilloscopes (DSO) -- the 12 GHz TDS6124C and the record-breaking 15 GHz TDS6154C -- along with the P7313 Z-Active(TM) low-loading probe has been selected by the editors and readers of EE Times and eeProductCenter as the Ultimate Product in the Test & Measurement category for the first quarter of 2005.